University of London’s School of Oriental and African Studies has a little blurb on its website.
“It’s unique but incredibly inclusive, everyone fits in somewhere”.
I have often pushed the Mantra of Charity as something to be approached in a sensible way.
Do what you can and what needs to be done. If you cannot pay or have the skills to help then you can still spread the word. You can get others to donate and or volunteer.
The story of HIV in India is an incredibly tragic one with the stigma being so strong that HIV+ people often don’t tell their loved ones that they are sick.
And this causes more tragedies. For many HIV is a death sentence, but the creation of ARVs mean that HIV and AIDS are treated as Chronic Diseases now, like Diabetes or Hypertension. With ARVs one can live decades and hold down a normal life.
And part of that normalcy is love and companionship. [Read more…]
There’s a new strain of HIV that”s been discovered in Guinea-Bissau (West Africa).
It’s more aggressive than the other two major strains and causes a rapid progression from HIV+ to AIDS according to the researchers at Lund University (Sweden)
Instead of around 7 years it takes around 5 years to develop AIDS. [Read more…]
Ignore the spin on the article, it’s fantastic but the law in question allows for the quarantine of those who suffer a communicable disease and by chance “HIV/AIDS” comes under that category. [Read more…]